NPSS 2002 Travel and College Information

St. John's College, Santa Fe, NM

Santa Fe sits at the foot of the Sangre de Cristo mountains approximately 60 miles north of Albuquerque, NM. Albuquerque is serviced by all major US carriers, with shuttle connections available from Albuquerque to Santa Fe. There is also a small local airport in Santa Fe with connections to Denver and elsewhere.

The site of the summer school is St. John's College, which has general Conference Service information available, as well as Maps and Directions to the campus.

Students should make arrangements for shuttles to St. John's from the airport. Information regarding local travel, including shuttles from the Albuquerque airport to St. John's college, is available at the St. John's conference website.

Lectures will be in the Junior Common Room on the 2nd floor of the Peterson Student Center. The student center also contains the Dining Hall, Coffee Shop, and Bookstore. Student housing is available beginning July 28th until the morning of August 10th. You can pick up the keys to your room at a welcoming reception in the Coffee Shop, Sunday, July 28, 4 PM to 9 PM. Dinner will be served in the Dining Hall beginning Sunday, July 28, and the hours for Sunday, July 28, are 5:00-6:30 PM. The complete dining hall hours are at St. John's website.

More meeting room and housing information for this meeting is available through St. Johns Conference Services. Additional information on the local facilities at St. John's (phone service, laundry facilities, etc.) is also at the St. John's website.

Several music, dance, and theater festivals will be going on in Santa Fe during the summer school. In some cases, particularly the opera, it may be advisable to get tickets beforehand if you wish to attend. Some useful links are included below:

Travel and tourist information for Santa Fe is available at the Santa Fe Convention and Visitors Bureau web site. Travel information is also available at that site.

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